Three new dry ice bombs found at LAX

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Uh oh, somebody is up to something. Another plastic bottle filled with dry ice erupted in an employee area at LAX on Monday night. Two other of the bottle bombs were found unexploded. No one was injured Monday when the bottle burst near Gate 148 in the Tom Bradley International Terminal, or in the first dry ice explosion on Sunday night in a employee bathroom in Terminal 2. Police and the FBI are investigating. There is at this no point known connection to terrorism, authorities say, and there has been no damaged. LAT, Daily Breeze

File photo: Terminal 2 parking


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